2-STAR MICHELIN Jean-Marc Banzo at Fireplace Grill and Bar

| March 21, 2017

InterContinental Bangkok’s signature Fireplace Grill and Bar restaurant celebrates its half century milestone anniversary with the visit of legendary 2-star Michelin Chef Jean-Marc Banzo on the 1st and 2nd March 2017,  presenting a six-course French Wine Dinner of exemplary culinary standards.

Chef Banzo will be treating diners to a memorable feast of distinction, created with exquisite depths of flavour and the finest of ingredients. Starting with a selection of appetizers including traditional pissaladiere with black olives from Nyons, the feast’s highlights include: roasted milk-fed lamb rack with thyme vegetable tian; rock mullet stuffed ‘façon bécasse’ with seafood and fresh herbs; and smoked duck breast with artichoke ravioli. The meal ends, as it begins, with a concoction that delights the soul, this time a deliciously light cream of Amarretto.

Accompanying wines include a Domaine Weinbach Pinot Blanc Réserve 2014, Chateau Ormes de Pez – Saint Estephe 2010 and Domaine Christian Moreau Chablis 2014.  Diners will enjoy increasingly older wines throughout, with the meal culminating in a glass of the fine Château Guiraud, Sauternes – Graves 2008, whose sweetness and acidity are a treat to even the most discerning of diners.

Fifty years after the restaurant was first established, the highly acclaimed Fireplace Grill and Bar at InterContinental Bangkok remains unrivalled for fine meats, seafood and wine. Heralded as a Bangkok dining institution for many years, the restaurant provides guests with a culinary experience of distinction on every occasion.

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